HomeNewsAnother successful Civilian Police Academy class

Another successful Civilian Police Academy class

Deputy Police Commissioner Christine Coulter and Vic Czapor, a Lawndale resident and longtime member of the 2nd Police District Advisory Council.

Two dozen members of the Civilian Police Academy Class 54 graduated last week.

- Advertisement -

Beginning in May, individuals met for nine Wednesdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Police Training Center, 2838 Woodhaven Road.

In all, they studied 13 courses. CPA’s motto is Understanding through Education and Training.

Cpl. Megan Fabrizio leads the class. Participants gave Fabrizio flowers and a plaque in appreciation of what they learned from her and fellow instructors. They also took up a collection for the FOP survivors fund.

Among those who spoke at the ceremony were Deputy Police Commissioner Christine Coulter; police Capt. Steve Clark, commander of the recruit training unit; and City Councilman Curtis Jones.

The next class will begin in September. To apply or for more information, contact Fabrizio at 215-934-4147 or Megan.Fabrizio@phila.gov. ••

RELATED ARTICLES
Philadelphia
broken clouds
74.4 ° F
77.5 °
69.8 °
86 %
1.9mph
75 %
Sat
98 °
Sun
96 °
Mon
84 °
Tue
90 °
Wed
94 °
- Advertisment -

STAY CONNECTED

11,235FansLike
2,089FollowersFollow

Recent Articles

North Catholic alums announce scholarship recipients

The Northeast Catholic Alumni Association has chosen the scholarship recipients of its annual $500,000 in tuition grants. The recipients are 10 in grade school,...